Fujitsu Labs shapes up an advanced palm vein authentication sensor, which has grabbed attention as the smallest and thinnest of its kind. The new sensor is also capable to accommodate on tablet PCs other than laptops, notebooks and desktops. The Japanese tech maker has refurbished its palm vein authentication sensor with an upgraded design and advanced features. The new form factor is so small that it is thick only by 5mm. Further, it performs more quickly in recognizing and authenticating users.
Of course, Fujitsu guarantees secure authentication and simple process with the new sensor, which is 80 percent thinner than its predecessor. As per the company, to build a quality palm vein authentication sensor under traditional methods a large optical area and a high performance image sensor were required. Certainly, these things forced developers to launch large palm vein sensors, which may only go with desktops, laptops and notebook PCs.
Under the new technologies, it is now simply possible to develop thinner and lighter authentication sensors. Irrespective of its small size and weight, the new sensor brings high quality images and secures your access to computers. An advanced sensor with high security is also necessary for businesses and individuals in the new world. Fujitsu thinks that it has successfully made an achievement in developing palm vein authentication for tablet PCs, which are gaining huge presence in enterprise sector.
Indeed, the new sensor keeps up compatibility with the current palm vein sensors. It has the same authentication process, but is known for its decrease in slimness and weight. The Japanese firm says that it will carry on its R&D to develop more ultra-thin palm vein authentication systems in coming years.